News roundup: bike safety, gun & ammo tax, the Jungle, and jobs

A veritable potpourri of stories this morning.

The Stranger writes that City Hall has betrayed the cycling community in Seattle.

FOX News reports on gun shop owners relocating outside of Seattle due to the recently-passed gun & ammo tax.

Seattle Times ran an opinion piece criticizing the City Council for trying to slow down progress on cleaning out the “Jungle” homeless encampment.

Seattle Times also has an editorial arguing that the City Council should do more to protect the maritime and manufacturing industries in Seattle.

In the context of the city’s conversations about HALA and neighborhood upzones, Crosscut tries to interject some data and analysis into the fight between polar-extreme “urbanists” and “NIMBYs”.